It’s been a while since I posted the last time. In the meantime I launched my new drawing game Scribble Racer 2 on Android.
As I mentioned in a previous post, I tried to keep the cool things from the original Scribble Racer and improve the parts I wasn’t happy with. It should be easy to pick up, great for kids but also challenging for everyone else. I also wanted to keep the quality of the music which suited very well IMHO.
So, what’s new?
In Scribble Racer there was a lack of replay value. Once you made a good highscore there was not much more to do. No reason to play the game. So I wanted some kind of progress for the player. There should be a reason to pick up the game and play it again. This led me to the new main feature, the drawings.
Basically a drawing is a new track. But it’s not an endless track as you know from the original Scribble Racer, it’s a track you can finish. And once you finish such a drawing-track the trace you have drawn will reveal in the outlines of a nice drawing.
Gadgets, Quests and Obstacles
There are also new challenging quests, upgradeable gadgets and new dangerous obstacles like deadly lasers and wild sandstorms. To find out more I suggest to download the game to your Android device and simply give it a try!